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Dog Bite Prevention Safety Program For Schools and Civic Groups

Dog Bite Prevention Safety Program For Schools and Civic Groups

Need a quick and easy program for schools or civic associations who ask you to speak. “Animal Safety Is Fun!” is perfect for these situations. You can present it in 15 to 30 minutes and be on your way. You can leave knowing you gave back to your community valuable proven skills to enhance the “Human-Animal Bond” by teaching kids how to respect dogs, cats and wildlife.

I’m a retired American Animal Hospital Association Hospital Owner/Director. I’m a veterinarian who’s been an advocate for children’s safety around animals for nearly forty years. My community outreach has been to teach children and adults how to be safe and confident around animals.

Humans cause the majority of dog bites, so my focus is on modifying human behavior to prevent dog bites. I’ve been presenting my video based program “Animal Safety Is Fun!” to schools and civic associations since the mid 1970s. This is the one and only original “Be A Tree” and “Act Like A Log” dog bite prevention program. Animal Safety Is Fun! is in use in all 50 states and more than 12 countries around the globe.

“Animal Safety Is Fun!” supports creating a “Fear Free Environment” everywhere and for everyone by teaching people how to respect dogs.

If you want to provide this valuable community outreach and expose your practice to potential new clients visit: www.animalsafetyisfun.com .

The online download is only $49.99 and includes the following digital supporting documents: “Animal Safety Is Fun!” Coloring Poster, Parent’s Guide, Teacher’s Guide and Future Events Flyer.

J. Michael Cornwell, DVM
www.animalsafetyisfun.com
DrC@animalsafetyisfun.com

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National Dog Bite Prevention Week Is The Third Full Week Of April Each Spring!


National Dog Bite Prevention Week Is The Third Full Week Of April Each Spring!
History
This animal bite prevention program began in 1976 with the goal of minimizing the severity and number of dog bites to children and adults through education and the use of two defensive maneuvers. The newly released DVD (2014) teaches children to remain still and “Be A Tree” or “Act Like A Log”. Dr. Cornwell has personally presented this program in libraries, schools, civic groups and professional meetings for more than 40 years.
Geography
In the past many advocates of this program have presented it in all fifty American states and now ten countries around the globe with the recent addition of Bolivia and Thailand. Our goal is children’s safety around animals by preventing dog and cat bites. Over the years the program has been presented in Super 8, VHS and now DVD format. Please visit us at: animalsafetyisfun.com or communicate via DrC@animalsafetyisfun.com.
Summary
Be Safe, Be A Tree, Act Like A Log!
Help us celebrate National Dog Bite Prevention Week 2018!

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